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Asheville, North Carolina


Originally posted on dhelix33:

My wife and I traveled up to the Blue Ridge Mountains to share in a wedding celebration of dear friends in early Sept. 2013. Beautiful ceremony, good food and dancing fun after the wedding.

We also took a tour of the Biltmore House – it was very large…George Washington Vanderbilt II purchased a tract of 125,000 acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina in 1889. His immediate plan was to begin building a massive 16th-century French chateau-style home as the primary residence for him, his wife and their daughter. It would be the most elaborate residential architectural project in American history, and would take six years and 1,000 men to complete.

The mansion became a place for Vanderbilt to continue his studies in forestry and farming. The estate has remained the largest private home in the United States and has intrigued tourists, who have made it the…

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Virtua’s New Health and Wellness Center


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Architecural photography of Virtua’s new Health and Wellness Center in Moorestown, NJ. Designed by Stantec Architecture Inc.

Designed to be the premier source of health and wellness services, the Virtua Health and Wellness Center in Moorestown represents an approach that is geared toward keeping people healthy and helping those who are not so healthy better manage their conditions.